Sunday Curiosities: Paris Hilton, an Apple I, Pharaohs and a Tacky Exhibition. Enjoy your Sunday, Yareah Magazine friends. Art is Everywhere.
First Curiosity: According with some newspapers, an Apple I signed by Wozniak breaks the record price paid for a computer …and it works! … Yes, it seems that the first Apple ordenador was auctioned for $ 671,400. It went on sale in the auction house Breker in Germany.
Another about celebrities: Paris Hilton has confirmed that her second album is ready. She launched her first album six years ago, it was titled Paris. Now, Paris Hilton offers new songs to their fans. The album will be full of house music and will be produced by Cash Money brand. It could also have the collaboration of Florida or LMFAO.
The funniest: In the Museum of Decorative Arts in Hamburg, an exhibition about ‘annoying things’ and ‘decorative brutality’ invites visitors to exchange tacky items: from the mother-in-law gifts to silly things bought in a fit. Get rid of them!
And a sensible one: Hanay Mostafa has managed to bring to Spain a replica of the Egyptian temple of Abu Simbel. He has has spent five years of his life working on this project and the copy is exactly identical to the original. Dedicated to Ramses II, each painting is a pharaonic work that takes us to Ancient Egypt. Remember that years ago, the true temple had to be relocated stone by stone by the danger of disappearing under the water. This wonderful copy will tour Spain.
Have a nice Sunday. Curiosity is good and can be fun. Enjoy your day, it’s a wonderful day!